Atmospheric indie rockers The Attic Ends are finishing up a month long tour and one of their last stops is in Tucson. On Wednesday, April 1, the Brooklyn-based band will be bringing their mellow, piano-centric brand of indie rock to The Hut in support of their new live EP "Stripped: A Live Recording."
The EP itself features five very clean and crisp live recordings of The Attic Ends and if their live performance in town is anything like this recorded one, it'll be a good one to sit back, relax and sip on one of the Hut's tropical-themed cocktails. Best of all, the show, located at 305 N. Fourth Ave., is free to attend.
The Attic Ends will perform at The Hut at 11 p.m. with local indie funk band Rotary Speed Dial opening the show starting at 10 p.m. For more information on this event and other upcoming concerts at The Hut, visit the bar and venue's website.
You can also check out The Attic Ends' aptly titled song for Arizona "The Heat is Hell" below: